This bathroom remodel was completed for a retired couple, who wanted to both update the fixtures and finishes in their small hall bath, and provide a safe and accessible tub for their young grandchildren and other guests. The tiny footprint (less than 40 square feet) proposed the greatest design challenge, especially with the concern for bathtub accessibility.
The hinged shower panel and soaking tub with a tiled platform created a bathing area friendly to toddlers and grandparents alike. The tile ledge can be used as a seating space, and the hinged panel and grab bar makes accessing both children and fixture controls a breeze. The floating vanity added a sense of spaciousness in the bathroom while maintaining storage space. The partially recessed medicine cabinet was installed semi-flush to the wall to maximize wall storage while limiting bulkiness in the small room.
MAK firmly believes that a successful remodel depends on good planning and communication from the get-go. From the moment you call about your proposed remodel all the way through its completion, we guide you through the process…. See more
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